Thor: Love and Thunder – Review

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Humour overpowers action 

Thor: Love and Thunder

– Review
Having just lost his young daughter, Gorr finally meets the God he’s been praying to all his life.
But when Rapu mocks him, Gorr grabs a sword that conveniently materializes and kills him. He then sets out to kill all gods.
He decides on striking New Asgard to steal the Stormbreaker.
Thor has to stop the god butcher by teaming up with Valkyrie, Korg and his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster, who has now become Mighty Thor.
Director Taika Waititi brings his quirky storytelling sensibility from Thor: Ragnarok to Thor: Love and Thunder as well.
This humour however dilutes the seriousness in the flick.
The film is not perfect, but has enough elements to keep the audience interested.
Hemsworth aces the titular character who is going through a midlife crisis.
Bale and Portman stand out as Gorr and Lady Thor respectively.
While the first half is colourful, the second half takes a monochrome color.
The action sequences are grand, especially the one in Zeus’ palace.
Music by Michael Giacchino and Nami Melumad is rich.
Rating: 3.6 out of 5 
By Naveen
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